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Key Details of GPU-Z
- Observe and maintain precisely validated video card and GPU information
- Last updated on 04/27/20
- There has been 1 update within the past 6 months
- The current version has 1 flag on VirusTotal
GPU-Z provides easy access to comprehensive information about your GPU and video card.
Streamlined presentation: It may not have the most attractive interface, but GPU-Z’s small tabbed window presents its information in a straightforward, easy-to-read way. The information, which ranges from the BIOS version to the memory type and size, is shown as soon as you launch the software, and you don’t have to do anything else but view that data. The only user options are to adjust the sensor refresh rate, along with two checkboxes, one to refresh the screen while GPU-Z is in the background and one to log data to a file.
Install options: As soon as you open the GPU-Z file, you’ll have the option to run it without installation or choose to install it, so you’ll have Start menu access.
Not useful for everyone: This isn’t a tool for the novice. There’s no Help file and no explanation for the information you see. If you don’t know what Texture Fillrate means or why you should care about it, GPU-Z isn’t a software you need.
If you want a cheap way to check up on your graphics card and GPU, GPU-Z is a good option. It doesn’t offer any extras, but it does give you a quick way to get this information in one place.
- Added Advanced tab reporting for Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling (Windows 10 20H1)
- Advanced tab now shows WDDM 2.7, Shader Model 6.6, DirectX Mesh Shaders, DirectX Raytracing Tier 1.1
- Worked around Microsoft bug to fix DirectML detection on Windows 10 19041 Insider Build
- Driver registry path for the graphics device is now displayed in Advanced -> General
- Renamed NVIDIA “VDDC” sensor to “GPU Voltage”
- Renamed AMD “GPU only Power Draw” sensor to “GPU Chip Power Draw” to clarify that this is the graphics chip only power draw, not the whole graphics card
- Windows Basic Display Driver will no longer show WHQL/Beta status
- Updated Renoir to be 7 nm
- Added support for AMD Radeon RX 590 GME, Radeon Pro W5500, Radeon Pro V7350x2, FirePro 2260, Radeon Instinct MI25 MxGPU, AMD MxGPU
- Added support for Intel UHD Graphics (i5-10210Y)
- Added support for NVIDIA GTS 450 Rev 2
- Fixed crash during DirectX 12 detection
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